Just got back from a week long, 5400 Km road trip from Quebec, to Halifax/PEI, then down to DC via Boston and New York before driving back up to Quebec.
Car now has 176600 km on it, still running great. The new suspension and rear 205 brakes held up really well.
One thing I would change on the suspension after having driven in the car for basically 60 hours straight is an even weaker spring rate than the 6kg/mm I've got now.
While the 6kg/mm provides a very well performing car in the turns, even with my ridiculously high ride height, it is quite stiff on back roads and shitty highways.
In the future, if I choose to upgrade to the SWIFT springs, I'll request 5kg/mm and maybe have the front dampers re-valved to accommodate the lower spring rate.
I've also noticed that the suspension travel is far less than stock, and this is very apparently when traveling over a sharp bump in the road - you can feel the wheels almost lose contact with the road surface.
Does anyone know if its possible to increase the suspension travel? Is this a function of spring length, or is it a limit of the dampers?